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November 13, 1943

Medical News

JAMA. 1943;123(11):711-715. doi:10.1001/jama.1943.02840460045017

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Dr. Pelouze to Lecture on Gonorrhea.—  Dr. Percy S. Pelouze, associate professor of urology, University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, Philadelphia, and special consultant for the gonorrhea control program of the U. S. Public Health Service, will address county and district medical societies in Arkansas, March 13-24, under the auspices of the public health service.

District Meetings.—  The Fifth Councilor District Medical Society was addressed in Camden, October 7, by Drs. Henry King Wade, Hot Springs National Park, on "Cancer of the Prostate"; Joseph F. Shuffield, Little Rock, "Fractures of the Hip"; Byron L. Robinson, Little Rock, "Medical Education," and William R. Brooksher, Fort Smith, "The Wagner-Murray Bill."—The First Councilor District Medical Society of Northeast Arkansas held its eighty-second semiannual meeting in Jonesboro, October 21, with the following speakers: Capt. Louis J. Benton, M. C., A. U. S., on "Some Uses and Disuses of the Sulfonamides"; Lieut. Harry Cohen,

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